Patna Sahib Hazuri Jatha
The traditional Raag Keertan style of the Patna Sahib Hazuri Jatha's Old Recordings is a collection of kirtan that includes six powerful shabads that will touch your soul and uplift your spirit. "Har Ek Simar Ek Simar" is a beautiful shabad that reminds us to remember and meditate upon the One Divine. "Har Kirtan Meh Eho Mann Jaagea" is a lively shabad that inspires us to awaken our minds with the love of the Divine through kirtan. "Kaali Koyal Tu Kit Gun Kaali" is a devotional shabad that expresses the beauty and greatness of the Divine. "Guru Ramdas Rakhou Sarnai" is a heartfelt shabad that seeks the protection and guidance of Guru Ramdas. "Charan Chalo Marag Gobind" is an uplifting shabad that encourages us to walk on the path of the Divine. Finally, "Ramdas Sarovar Naate" is a peaceful shabad that reflects on the beauty of the Divine and seeks the blessings of Guru Ramdas. The Patna Sahib Hazuri Jatha is known for their unique and soulful approach to Raag Keertan, which is evident in this collection of old recordings. These shabads are performed with traditional instruments such as the harmonium, tabla, and dilruba, creating a timeless and authentic sound that will transport you to the spiritual realm.
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